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Welcome to The Evolutionary Kingdom of Truth with Founder & Minister Alicia Waters
This broadcast will feature a dynamic message sharing concerning your decisions!!!
Message/Sharing Topic: "What Should I Do?"
Key Scripture Reference: James 1:5-8
This sharing will be followed by a rebroadcast of a message delivered by Minister Joseph L Jones Jr entitled, "Multitudes In The Valley Of Decision"
In our HELP! SITUATION SPOTLIGHT™ series, we shine the light on challenges that community members have shared with me. This episode is, “I do my job and their job! Am I a SUPERSTAR or a SUCKER?!”
Are you a SUPERSTAR (the best, an overachiever, etc.)? Or, are you someone that is being taken advantage of (a “SUCKER”)? What is the difference? A Superstar is measured by their results (higher/ better/ more/ compared to their peers) and is an overachiever. An overachiever is achieving over and above their peers (early promotion, bigger pay raise, awards, recognition, etc.). The key is the achieving aspect. They have results at work that are more than their peers (more pay, bigger office, better schedule, rewards, etc.).
If you are salesperson of the month every month (with the highest commissions in the office) and you love it, you might be a superstar! If you are paid equal to (or less than) your peers, your reviews are average and you are toiling away in obscurity (no promotion, no raise, etc.), you are not a superstar but instead are a “sucker” (your peers are taking advantage of you). It is simple to tell the difference between the Superstar and the Sucker because the Superstar is achieving more than their peers and the Sucker is not (they are receiving equal to or even less than their peers). If you are a Superstar, congratulations! I have shows and programs on burnout and celebrating success (among others) that I recommend for you. You are exceeding your goals! Remember to be of service to others and work on balance in your life.
If you are a Sucker, I am sorry. I will also add that your supervisor is poorly skilled for permitting this to happen (yet you are responsible for permitting it to continue). I have shows and programs on assertiveness and confidence (among others) that I recommend for you. Right now, let’s talk and see how we can transform you into a Superstar!
Join Monday Morning Joy with host Gail Dudley on, September 15, 2014 at 10:00am eastern as we discuss 'What Do I Do? in response to the Killings in America'. We are going deep. We have become edgy. We are dealing with 'real life' situations and challenges.
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On this broadcast, SONSHINE USA Bible teacher Warren Landis moves into the 8th chapter of I Corinthians where Paul contrasts liberty in Christ with our responsibility to weaker brothers or ssisters in Christ. Just becausr we can do something doeas not mean that we as Christians should do it. As Christians, we always need to consider how our actions influence the lives of others. In particular, Paul saw nothing wrong with eating meat that had been offered to idols, but, he said he would not do so if it would cause a weaker brother in Christ to stumble. Stay tuned as Warren helps you answer the question, " Can I do that?"
SHOW NOTES: The HELP! SITUATION SPOTLIGHT™ series addresses challenges, obstacles and problems (real or perceived) that are preventing a person from surpassing their goals! In this series, we shine the light on challenges that community members have shared. This episode is, “A Work Colleague Has Experienced A Tragic Death of A Loved One. What Should I Do?”
Life. Death is a reality for all of us. A tragic death (accident, homicide, suicide, etc.) is not. What do you do if a tragic death becomes a reality for a work colleague?
1) Be there.
If you have experienced a tragic death in your life you have an advantage (in some respects) when your work colleague experiences one in their lives. The compassion, empathy and understanding that a tragic death survivor is able to provide to another person is an asset.
The natural aversion to the colleague (from people who have not experienced a real life tragic death themselves) is understandable at some level. We all hear about tragic death. It is on the news. It is in our media in film, music, poetry, video games, etc., yet that is an abstract awareness devoid of the devastation of the actual child, spouse, friend, boss, parent, partner, that we know who is gone.
The most ‘helpful’ things you should do, I repeat:
1) Be there.
I learned about these types of situations when my only sibling committed suicide.
With a tragic death there are also the extra issues to deal with in many instances of media inquires and coverage. This forces public attention on the survivors. In many instances it is the only public information about their loved one and it defines their entire life into often graphic and
In our HELP! SITUATION SPOTLIGHT™ series, we shine the light on challenges that community members have shared with me. This episode is, “People tell me that I am ‘too intense!’ What should I do?”
“Full Definition of INTENSE
a : existing in an extreme degree <the excitement was intense> <intense pain>
b : having or showing a characteristic in extreme degree <intense colors>
: marked by or expressive of great zeal, energy, determination, or concentration <intense effort>
a : exhibiting strong feeling or earnestness of purpose <an intense student>
b : deeply felt”
Intense. (n.d.). Retrieved June 1, 2014, from http://www.merriam-webster.com/dictionary/intense
What are the negative outcomes?
What are the positive outcomes?
Are there more negative or positive outcomes?
If you have more positive outcomes than negative ones, you most likely need to “find your tribe” (change your location to be around people who share your zeal, passion, and intensity). If you have more more negative outcomes than positive ones, you may need to reexamine your behavior to confirm if you are “too intense” or you are instead “too insecure” and are insulting and offending people out of your fears (change your behavior to be healthy and respectful of yourself and others).
Let’s explore this topic!
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